New Hampshire


Welcome New Hampshire Movers!

The Granite State

Welcome to New Hampshire, home of Adam Sandler and some of America’s finest pancakes. It is a truly beautiful and landscape-wise diverse state. Full of mountainous terrain and prime snow, it is no wonder the state sport is skiing and love of hiking so widespread. And because this state borders on the ocean and contains fresh water ways, there are a wide variety of water activities to try out. Move here, and get ready for adventure!

New Hampshire Relocating - Steps for New Residents

Moving to New Hampshire means choosing a new town! The largest cities here include Manchester, Porsmouth, Concord, Nashua, Dover, Keene, Laconia, Exeter, Salem, Hampton, Derry, Rochester, Hanover, Lebanon, Londonderry, Bedford, Conway, Wolfeboro, Durham, Lincoln, Meredith and Hooksett.
You’ve decided on the town to relocate to – congratulations! Now, let’s get down to the nitty gritty so you can have the smoothest transition possible. The New Hampshire Department of Safety Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has some important rules to follow, and we’ve outlined the most important steps for becoming a resident below.

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Weather:-In one word, New Hampshire climate is mostly…unpredictable. It has been known to change unexpectedly, so you want to have always have extra layers and changes of clothes tucked in your car!
Ultimately the climate is humid continental with each season experience its own distinct weather. This includes warm & rather humid summers (due to all those bodies of water) and cold, wet winters. Uniform precipitation (including snow during winter) fall through the year.
Make sure to prepare yourself and your new home for no’easter storms and hurricanes; they are known to strike this state.
Population & Cost of Living:-Moving to New Hampshire will add 1 onto the current population of 1.323 million people already living here. What does it costs residents to live here?
It costs about 17% more to live here than the average American place; this is due to higher costs in housing and health care. However, this state has no income tax, no sales tax and no liquor tax. This certainly affects the price of your whiskey!

New Hampshire Employment Rate & Economy

With an unemployment rate of 4.4% in 2014, job promise here is very high! The job opportunities for folks living here? These are often found in the largest industries, which are tourism, health care, smart manufacturing & high technology, services (such as law, retail and accounting), textiles and lumber.